LeBron James makes NBA history by becoming the first player to score 40 points against all NBA teams


LeBron James, an American basketballer, has made NBA history by becoming the first player to score 40 points against all 30 teams in the league.

 

‘The King’ also sensationally tied Michael Jordan’s record of three-45-point games – the most of all-time – in Tuesday night’s Battle of LA. James is also only 177 points away from matching Kareem Abdul-all-time Jabbar’s NBA scoring record of 38,387.

 

After putting up 46 points, eight rebounds, and seven assists against the Clippers, despite the Lakers losing the West Coast rivalry game 133-115, he could pass the NBA legend sometime in the next ten games if he maintains his form.



James also hit a career-high nine three-points with 6:45 to play against the Clippers, setting a career high from distance in his 1,404th game. But his brilliance wasn’t nearly enough, as the Lakers never caught up after falling behind by 23 points at halftime.

 

James spent the final minutes of Tuesday night’s game on the bench after tumbling in the stands following a steal on Kawhi Leonard with 5:17 to go in the third quarter, as Lakers head coach Darwin Ham didn’t want to potentially risk injuring the four-time NBA champion ahead of their five-game road trip starting on Saturday against the Boston Celtics.



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